The Resource Kangaroo ceremony, Ernabella, by Charles Pearcy Mountford

Kangaroo ceremony, Ernabella, by Charles Pearcy Mountford

Label
Kangaroo ceremony, Ernabella
Title
Kangaroo ceremony, Ernabella
Statement of responsibility
by Charles Pearcy Mountford
Creator
Contributor
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Group of men performing the Kangaroo ceremony at Ernabella. Footage includes ceremonial dancing; stick beating and shaping; bloodletting and body painting
Member of
Cataloging source
AIAS
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1890-1976
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Mountford, Charles P.
Date of event
1940
Date time place
Filmed at
Information about documentation
  • Notes by Martin Thomas, see LV02451_1-LV02452_1; Martin Thomas catalogue template file; Curtis Levy descriptive notes
  • Not auditioned
Place of event
Ernabella, N.T.,
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1938-2007
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Ucko, Peter J.
Label
Kangaroo ceremony, Ernabella, by Charles Pearcy Mountford
Link
http://aiatsis.gov.au/collections/using-collection/ordering-collection-items
Instantiates
Production
Note
  • Digital access copy available
  • Charles Pearcy Mountford was an Australian anthropologist and photographer. Self-taught, he became famous for his pioneering work on Indigenous Australians and his depictions and descriptions of their art
  • Dr Peter Ucko, then Principal of the Institute collected Mountford's films in March 1974 from Charles Pearcy Mountford
Carrier category
film reel
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
two-dimensional moving image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
16 mm film, on approximately 5 in. reel
Extent
1 film reel (4 min., approximately 120 feet)
Media category
projected
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
  • No form; open to relevant Indigenous people; available to other clients at the discretion of the Director or delegate
  • Film material made before 1 January 1955 - copyright has expired (refer to the Copyright Council's 'Duration' fact sheet, page 4, section H)
  • (M76) extension not to be added to collection number or call number
Other physical details
silent, black and white;
Reproduction note
Digital Betacam
Stock number
MOUNTFORD_C003 (FC00268_51)
Terms governing use
Clearance for copies, viewing and usage on a section by section basis through the relevant Land Council for the area, as this footage has origins in many communities
Label
Kangaroo ceremony, Ernabella, by Charles Pearcy Mountford
Link
http://aiatsis.gov.au/collections/using-collection/ordering-collection-items
Production
Note
  • Digital access copy available
  • Charles Pearcy Mountford was an Australian anthropologist and photographer. Self-taught, he became famous for his pioneering work on Indigenous Australians and his depictions and descriptions of their art
  • Dr Peter Ucko, then Principal of the Institute collected Mountford's films in March 1974 from Charles Pearcy Mountford
Carrier category
film reel
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
two-dimensional moving image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
16 mm film, on approximately 5 in. reel
Extent
1 film reel (4 min., approximately 120 feet)
Media category
projected
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
  • No form; open to relevant Indigenous people; available to other clients at the discretion of the Director or delegate
  • Film material made before 1 January 1955 - copyright has expired (refer to the Copyright Council's 'Duration' fact sheet, page 4, section H)
  • (M76) extension not to be added to collection number or call number
Other physical details
silent, black and white;
Reproduction note
Digital Betacam
Stock number
MOUNTFORD_C003 (FC00268_51)
Terms governing use
Clearance for copies, viewing and usage on a section by section basis through the relevant Land Council for the area, as this footage has origins in many communities

Library Locations

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